tree has definitions from the fields of botany,mathematics,geometry,theater,performing arts
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[ noun ] (botany) a tall perennial woody plant having a main trunk and branches forming a distinct elevated crown; includes both gymnosperms and angiosperms

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(William G. Pollard, Physicist and Christian....)

Demons , fairies , angels , and a host of other spiritual_beings were as much a part of the experiential world of western man as were rocks and trees and stars .

(Jaroslav Pelikan, The Shape of Death: life, death and...)

In_any_case , though they had been promised immortality if they ate of the tree , they obtained mortality instead .

`` Wherefore also He [ God ] drove him [ man ] out of Paradise , and removed him far from the tree of life , not because He envied him the tree of life , as some venture to assert , but because He pitied him , [ and did not desire ] that he should continue a sinner for ever , nor that the sin which surrounded him should be immortal , and evil interminable and irremediable .

`` Wherefore also He [ God ] drove him [ man ] out of Paradise , and removed him far from the tree of life , not because He envied him the tree of life , as some venture to assert , but because He pitied him , [ and did not desire ] that he should continue a sinner for ever , nor that the sin which surrounded him should be immortal , and evil interminable and irremediable .

(Organic Gardening and Farming,...)

The fruit is allowed to mature on the tree , but it is still firm at this point .

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woody_plant willow beech oak elm fig_tree sapling ash granadilla_tree acacia Guinea_pepper yellowwood arbor snag lead_tree wild_tamarind nitta_tree manila_tamarind anise_tree ivory_tree treelet tree_of_knowledge aalii pandanus lacebark conacaste ribbon_tree hornbeam hop_hornbeam tulipwood_tree Jamaican_cherry breakax bottletree Chinese_parasol_tree mayeng silver_tree obeche linden silver_tree coralwood wheel_tree scrub_beefwood albizzia camwood cockspur oak_chestnut giant_chinkapin tanbark_oak southern_beech millettia birch alder inga winter's_bark fringe_tree carib_wood red_silk-cotton_tree devilwood dhawa Montezuma ice-cream_bean keurboom poon calaba Maria laurelwood clusia wild_fig rose_chestnut souari dipterocarp ketembilla chaulmoogra Hydnocarpus_laurifolia idesia Australian_nettle gutta-percha_tree marmalade_tree hackberry cabbage_tree bonduc dita brazilwood brazilian_ironwood shingle_tree msasa casuarina puka Kentucky_coffee_tree bottle-tree angelim chestnut dhak rosewood sissoo kingwood cocobolo blackwood coral_tree gliricidia keurboom tolu_tree Peruvian_balsam necklace_tree Jamaica_dogwood quira Indian_beech bloodwood_tree padauk Burma_padauk kino red_sandalwood button_tree scarlet_wisteria_tree Japanese_pagoda_tree mescal_bean kowhai tipu palm dagame white_mangrove shaving-brush_tree coffee cinchona bayberry opepe wild_medlar Spanish_tamarind incense_tree mahogany chinaberry neem satinwood silver_ash lanseh_tree African_walnut turreae lepidobotrys caracolito cork_tree trifoliate_orange prickly_ash bitterwood_tree pepper_tree lemonwood sandalwood_tree quandong soapberry aroeira_blanca pepper_tree Brazilian_pepper_tree ebony marblewood balata gum_tree gutta-percha_tree quandong Christmas_bush plane_tree calabash princewood white_mangrove black_mangrove teak divi-divi prickly_ash guama bean_tree pollard zebrawood shade_tree gymnospermous_tree angiospermous_tree fever_tree cassia bonsai locust_tree nakedwood lancewood hazel palo_verde forest crown stump trunk limb tree_branch burl heartwood sapwood

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[ noun ] (theater,performing arts) English actor and theatrical producer noted for his lavish productions of Shakespeare (1853-1917)

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actor theatrical_producer

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[ verb ] chase a bear up a tree with dogs and kill it

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hunt

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[ noun ] (mathematics,geometry) a figure that branches from a single root

Synonyms

tree_diagram

Examples

"genealogical tree"

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plane_figure stemma cladogram

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